Food Quality News

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CEO Jack Regan discusses LexaGene’s approach to food safety and plans over the next 6-10 months in Food Quality News.

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LexaGene develops fully automated, rapid molecular testing at the point-of-need for accurate pathogen detection in human clinical diagnostics, veterinary diagnostics, food safety, and other markets.

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LexaGene’s MiQLab has direct benefits for veterinary clinics. Using LexaGene’s proven point-of-care diagnostics for evidence-based treatment of common bacterial infections found in companion animals may also result in cost savings.

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When thinking about how best to isolate a bacterium, scientists were often held to the standards of taking time to grow cultures in laboratories, a process involving days or weeks to simply prepare the sample for testing. In today’s everchanging world, LexaGene’s MiQLab™ now allows for samples to be captured at point-of-care, inserted into a cartridge, mixed with a reagent, and run through a testing system, shortening the time to result to hours instead of days.

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More than ever, vet practices are looking for efficient and cost-effective methodologies to take control of these variables and manage costs.

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